Genome map helps improve cancer treatment

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Scientists are mapping the genomes in cancer tissue, hoping to find the way to battle difficult-to-cure cancers, according to Bloomberg.

A decade after the first human genome was mapped, doctors are using gene sequencing to treat a variety of illnesses and diseases.

New technology allows doctors to map an individual’s tissues – an aid in battling one-of-a-kind childhood diseases and cancers.  Doctors say the new technology is transforming the medical world.

Read more at Bloomberg.